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Bannal's Farmhouse and Adjoining Hop Kilns

A Grade II Listed Building in Stoke Bliss, Worcestershire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.2703 / 52°16'13"N

Longitude: -2.5226 / 2°31'21"W

OS Eastings: 364432

OS Northings: 263705

OS Grid: SO644637

Mapcode National: GBR BT.Z5N8

Mapcode Global: VH84T.767D

Entry Name: Bannal's Farmhouse and Adjoining Hop Kilns

Listing Date: 6 October 1952

Last Amended: 24 October 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1349589

English Heritage Legacy ID: 150727

Location: Stoke Bliss, Malvern Hills, Worcestershire, WR15

County: Worcestershire

District: Malvern Hills

Civil Parish: Stoke Bliss

Traditional County: Worcestershire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Worcestershire

Church of England Parish: Teme Valley South

Church of England Diocese: Worcester

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Listing Text

STOKE BLISS CP BANNAL'S LANE (east side)
SO 66 SW
6/40 Bannal's Farmhouse and
adjoining hop kilns
6.10.52 (formerly listed as Bannal's)

GV II

Farmhouse and adjoining hop kilns. Mid-C18 with late C19 and mid-C20 altera-
tions. Part rubble with brick dressings, part brick and part timber-framed,
possibly re-using earlier materials, with brick infill; partly hipped plain
tiled roofs. L-shaped plan; main range of two bays aligned east/west and
having external rubble chimney with brick stack at west end. Long intersect-
ing range at east end with external north end chimney. Also large rubble
addition in north-west angle between these two ranges with large external
rubble chimney to west. Two storeys, attic and cellar. Framing: some of
the timber appears to be re-used from a much earlier building and is exposed
to south of main range. Two rows of square panels at first floor level. Also
some framing exposed on east side. Main south elevation: main range has a
ground floor canted bay window with casements, a 3-light and a 2-light first
floor casement and a central entrance with a gabled canopy, moulded architrave
and six-panelled door. (The two uppermost panels are glazed). Attic light
at west end. The two hopkilns are situated at the south end of the intersect-
ing range. Brick on brick and rubble base with gabled slate roofs and louvred
saddle ridge vents. Square plans. Three levels. The south elevation of each
kiln has a ground floor level and first floor level square opening and a
second floor level rectangular opening. Interior: the drying floors are said
to survive in the hop kilns. There is a moated site immediately to the west
of the farmhouse and it is probable that the re-used timber in the farmhouse
walling came from an earlier dwelling on this site. (VCH, IV, P 349).


Listing NGR: SO6443263705

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